The Apparel Workers’ Action Committee warns that this repressive move could be extended to other centres of the working class in both the private and public sectors.
The World Socialist Web Site and the Socialist Equality Parties are assisting workers everywhere in the building of an interconnected network of rank-and-file committees to organize a united counter-offensive against inequality, exploitation and the homicidal response of the ruling class to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are now rank-and-file committees of autoworkers, educators, Amazon and logistics workers, postal workers, bus drivers, and other sections of the working class.
Rank-and-file committees are of, by and for the rank-and-file workers, who have a different set of interests in preserving their lives than management, the bosses, the politicians, and the trade union apparatus, who send workers to die while defending the profits of the ruling elite.
Contact us now to join a committee. If there is not already a committee in your workplace, industry or region, we will help you start one.
Expand the CNH strike to fight for a $10 raise and COLA! Join the CNH Workers Rank-and-File Committee!
The CNH Workers Rank-and-File Committee is being launched in order to organize a real fight for the needs of all workers at CNH.
The following statement by the Rank-and-File Committee of Ford Workers in Saarlouis was published in German ahead of the works meeting at the Saarlouis plant on Wednesday.
Quebec school workers are being forced back to work on their fifth day of infection with COVID-19. That is, while still contagious with the debilitating and potentially fatal disease.
The unions called the protests in a bid to deflect the rising anger among workers, poor and youth over the ever-increasing prices and shortages of essentials.
CNH’s international workforce—along with the workers at its myriad parts producers—are striking workers’ natural allies and a potential source of colossal strength
Principal at high school in Seattle, Washington fired by district for informing families of abandonment of contact tracing
Staff and students have come to the support of Catherine Brown, the principal of Cleveland High School who was fired by Seattle Public Schools upon an investigation into emailing families about the end of COVID-19 contact tracing during the Omicron surge in January, which the district requested she withhold.
A series of powerful strikes and social protests have broken out across the United States against intolerable social conditions and breathtaking levels of social inequality.